the official newsletter of the
Freedom Party of Ontario
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THE NORTHERN ALLIANCE
When members of the Northern Alliance received letters from the London Police Service accusing them of belonging to an organization that holds "extreme right wing beliefs" and requiring them to report to London Police Headquarters, they came to Freedom Party for advice. The resulting firestorm in the media gave rise to the discovery that Canadian municipal police forces are in the process of rounding up citizens on the basis of requiring them to justify their beliefs.
Read the original letter from London Police Detective Superintendent David R. Lucio that started the controversy.
Freedom Party fielded 14 candidates in its fifth general election campaign. The results and newspaper coverage are below.
THE CHEYENNE AVENUE SCANDAL
Almost nine years(!) after the original London Free Press November 8, 1989 newspaper article that got London landlord Elijah Elieff into trouble
with Ontario's Human Rights Commission, a lawsuit has been filed against those he holds
responsible for the loss of his (former) Cheyenne Ave apartment buildings and another unrelated
business. (More details at www.freedomparty.org/xcheyenne.htm.)
ISIL CONFERENCE IN LONDON
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Over 200 delegates from countries all over the world came to the University of Western Ontario to celebrate the International Society for Individual Liberty's (ISIL) 20th Anniversary and 19th World Libertarian Conference.
LETTERS TO Fp
Needless to say, there's a backlog of mail to Feedback that the limited room left in this already
over-sized newsletter cannot possibly accommodate. Nevertheless, here's our attempt at a start
on this monumental project. Watch for plenty more feedback in our next issue, along with a
special section dedicated to your responses to our Member's Draft Official Platform.
The following selection of letters and e-mail correspondence represents a broad sampling of
correspondence received by Freedom Party since our last issue of Freedom Flyer. While many of
these letters have already been personally responded to, others have not. Editorial responses , as
they appear here, may be entirely new and/or edited versions of our original personal responses.
To the greatest degree possible, original letters to Feedback are left unedited, though there are
exceptions with regard to length, structure and grammar (the latter applying particularly to e-mail
and Usenet (news groups) correspondence).
As always, we'd like to hear from you. Your comments, criticisms, suggestions, and occasional
compliments are always welcomed. Visit our Feedback Page for details on how to contact us.
last updated on April 28, 2002